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North Fork Long Island Memorial Day Weekend Events by Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast

Visitors to Greenport on Long Island on Memorial Day weekend, beginning Friday, May 25th, will be treated to a variety of entertainments.

Tall Ships

This is a fantastic chance to see some of the world’s most beautiful ships under full sail. The ships will arrive on Friday the 25th and will stay until departure on Tuesday May the 29th. While the ships are docked in Greenport, all visitors are welcome to step aboard and chat with the members of the ships crews. The overwhelming beauty of the ships on the move in full sail is magnificent, being able to step aboard and chat with the crew is the hypothetical icing on the cake.

c/o Tall Ships America

Some of the ships you can expect to see in port are:

  • The Pride of Baltimore
  • The Pride of Baltimore II
  • Picton Castle
  • The H.M.S. Bounty
  • John J. Harvey Fireboat
  • The Lynx
  • Unicorn

These boats are part of the Tall Ships Challenge Race Series that originates in Savannah, Georgia. Once the vessels depart from Greenport, they are headed to Newport, Rhode Island, and then onto Halifax and Nova Scotia. The ships are commemorating the bicentennial celebration of the War of 1812.

Visitors who want to tour the ships and interact with crew members will be able to do so from Saturday, May 26th until Monday, May 28th from 10am until 6pm. There is no charge for children 12 and under, adult tickets are $7, and senior or veteran tickets are $5. The Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast Inn will offer free Tall Ships tickets to those who stay over for the three night Memorial Day weekend. While visiting the ships don’t forget to check out the vendors in town and on Front Street. They will close each day at 6pm. Also, remember to bring your camera!

Long Island Wine Country Spring Passports

While enjoying your stay on Long Island during Memorial Day weekend 2012, take the time to enjoy the 2012 Long Island Wine Country Spring Passport event. This event began on March 31st and runs through June 2nd. Long Island wine aficionados can pick up their passport for free at any one of the following participating wineries.

  • Anthony Nappa
  • Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard
  • Bedell Cellars
  • Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery
  • Clovis Point
  • Comtesse Therese Winery & Bistro
  • Corey Creek
  • Croteaux
  • Diliberto Winery
  • Duck Walk Vineyards North
  • Duck Walk Vineyards South
  • Empire State Cellars
  • Gramercy Vineyards
  • Harbes Family Farm & Winery
  • Jamesport Vineyards
  • Jason’s Vineyard
  • Lieb Family Cellars
  • Macari Vineyards & Winery
  • Martha Clara
  • Old Field
  • Palmer
  • Peconic Bay
  • Pellegrini
  • Pugliese
  • Raphael
  • Roanoke
  • Sannino Bella Vita
  • Scarola
  • Sherwood House
  • Shinn Estate
  • Sparkling Pointe
  • Suhru
  • T’Jara
  • Waters Crest
  • Wolffer Estate

Those who visit at least ten of the wineries that are participating in this event will receive a complementary tasting of a listed featured wine along with the purchase of any in-house tastings. Visitors should have their passports stamped at the wineries after purchasing a minimum of one bottle of that winery or vineyard’s featured wines. Visitors who have ten stamps on their passports will receive:

  • A chance at winning great prizes that include a fabulous East End Experience and more.
  • The experience of delightful wines and new wineries to visit.
  • 2 tickets for admission for the price of one to the 2012 Taste of Summer event at the Fairgrounds Barn in Old Bethpage Village.

To take advantage of your prizes you must:

  • Turn in your stamped passport at one of the participating wineries before June 1st, 2012.
  • Mail it to LIWC before May 28th, 2012.
  • Bring your stamped passport to the 2012 Taste of Summer event.

North Fork Long Island Vacation Rentals from Shorecrest BandB

To book a Bed and Breakfast stay, review rates and availability and make a reservation online go to our reservation calendar; for Vacation Home rentals and the Shorecrest Beach house go to our Holiday Rentals reservation page. Once you have chosen your desired rental house property call Marilyn at 631 765 1570 to finalize your booking.

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast not only offers the best BnB location and amenities on the North Fork of Long Island, but we also manage several vacation rental properties in the area that can accommodate families and in some of them, even your pets. Shorecrest Property Management and Real Estate has you covered whether you are visiting the East End of Long Island with your partner, a group of friends interested in exploring Long Island wine country and enjoying great local food, or a family vacation or re-union complete with kids and the family dog. To check availability, details and photographs visit our online reservation calendar.

Shorecrest Property Management Rentals

The Shorecrest Beach House

The Shorecrest Beach House sits atop a grassy bluff  overlooking the Long Island Sound and is available to rent weekly, monthly or seasonally. It has just undergone a major renovation adding a large open plan room on the second floor which includes a seating area next to picture windows offering expansive views of the water and two twin beds. There  are 3 bedrooms on the ground floor, one with a king bed, one queen, and the third with two twin beds. The kitchen and both full bathrooms on the ground floor have also each been fully renovated and guests love the panoramic views of the beach and sunsets viewed  through the wall to floor to ceiling windows in the living room and from the deck. In the evening you can relax in front of the the open fireplace,  and giant flat screen TV, or cook up a great dinner from local fare in the new fully equipped kitchen with dining area  for six. Enjoy mornings and sunsets and al fresco dining on the deck. The kitchen is fully stocked with all you need for cooking and serving, and all linens are provided. Other amenities include, WiFi, centralized air conditioning and heating, a laundry room and beach chairs.  Beach House renters can take advantage of  the wide variety of activities found in the area, and exclusive to guests, our beach on the inlet to the rear of the BnB, great for paddle boarding and kayaking. Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast concierge services are also available to beach house guests and each renter will receive a winery discount card to 24 local wineries. For rates and prices click here.

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast

The BnB

The Inn itself is a five bedroom home that can sleep ten visitors. Although during the summer season, the BnB runs as a Bed and Breakfast, it is now available for private home rental for corporate events, group vacations, or family reunions complete with a housekeeper and cook. Visitors are free to utilize the library, screened porch, gardens, deck and living room. Take the time to view the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast website for more information. Click on the check availability BnB  tab for rates.

Aquebogue House

Located in the village of Aquebogue the Peconic Bay Beach house is a new construction, spacious, three bedroom, three bath home. The ground floor is open plan with a roomy fully equipped kitchen, an adjoining dining area that seats 6 to 8 people and living area with fireplace. Visitors will enjoy floor to ceiling windows with French doors that open out on a covered porch and lower deck perfect for outdoor dining while overlooking the water. A few steps from the lower deck is the private community beach. For rates and prices click here.

East Marion Lakefront House

Enjoy luxurious lakefront living with only a short walk to a sandy beach on Shelter Bay.  All three bedrooms are equipped with cable TVs with dvd. Hardwood flooring, lake views and Country French Decor surround visitors with decorative warmth and many fine amenities. They include two full bathrooms, (one on each floor) a sitting area with fireplace, Cable Vision Triple Play, double burner gas grill on the spacious deck overlooking the lake, and a fully equipped French Country style kitchen with all new appliances.

Where the garden borders the lake the floating dock  is the launching pad for kayaking, canoeing on the private East Marion Lake, and the a short walk down Trumans Path will take you to the community’s private Shelter Bay sandy beach with a private mooring for your boat if you need one. Five minutes drive from Greenport village and the ferries to Shelter Island, the Hamptons or Orient Point to Connecticut and New England, the East Marion Lake Front house is conveniently located for easy travel, shopping, antiquing, vineyards, bicycling, dining & all the entertainment and activities the North Fork offers visitors. For rates and prices click here.

Southold Bay Inlet

The Southold Bay Inlet House is located on a large landscaped property with private waterfront on the largest inlet on tht of Shelter Bay. Floor to ceiling windows from the west facing side of the house offer incredible views of sunsets and the bay. The three bedrooms all with queen beds are exquisitely appointed and include amenities such as a deck overlooking the inlet and Jacuzzi tub in the second floor master bathroom,  French doors that open into the garden from the ground floor king bedroom, with private bath. The well stocked designer kitchen will see your family or group through the most lavish meals. A spacious living room with a fireplace and extra seating overlooks views of the lawn and stone patio. Feel free to make use of concierge services offered by the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast. For more details and rates visit the Shorecrest Property rentals reservation calendar.

The Southold Inlet House has limited availability so book your rental now.

 

Whether you plan to celebrate a honeymoon, an anniversary, or a weekend with your business’s management team to celebrate a recent success, North Fork Long Island has plenty of entertainments and opportunities for Rest and Relaxation for you customize for your enjoyment. On the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast website you will find a map on the Area Attractions page that lists, as well as shows you the location, of every kind of local amenity from restaurants to golf courses, marinas to churches. Combined with the event resource on our blog calendar you will be well set to plan your North Fork stay. 

  • Arts and Culture Events and Activities
  • Fine Dining
  • Farms and Agricultural Tours and Event sites
  • Historical Heritage Sites and antique stores galore
  • Marinas for Boating Trips or Fishing Excursions
  • Parks, Trails, Nature Preserves and Beaches
  • Salons, Spas, Yoga and Fitness studios
  • Boutique Shopping and the outlets at Tanger Mall in Riverhead
  • Wineries and Vineyards
  • Golf courses

Don’t forget to check out the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast Blog Calendar to see events taking place now!

Winterfest Jazz on the Vine 2012 Events March 10th and 11th

This coming weekend at the Winterfest Jazz on the Vine visitors will find some incredible performances. As Winterfest Jazz on the Vine winds to a close for the year in the last two weekends of events, there are still more than ten events to attend. Designed and focused on alleviating the mid-winter cabin fever, this fifth consecutive year of incredible jazz performances continue to awe its crowds. The entire east end of Long Island will be alive and celebrating with good times for music and wine lovers alike.

In support of the 2012 Winterfest Jazz on the Vine events Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast has created their own special two night accommodation package for guest during the festival and through April 15th.

With the price of your stay you will receive:

  1. A $25 gift certificate that is good towards a dinner for two at Noah’s or the Frisky Oyster, two of Greenport’s favorite restaurants.
  2. A $50 gift certificate good for one hour of aromatherapy massage for each visitor.
  3. An exclusive discount card to 24 wineries which can include some free tastings.
  4. A private wine class or champagne in-room picnic.

Make sure to ask your hosts at Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast about other activities in the area once you are here, until then, check out www.shorecrestbedandbreakfast.insideout.com to book your reservations online after checking the availability on your preferred travel dates. If you have any questions call Marilyn at 631 765 1570.

Jazz on the Vine Events this Coming Weekend March 10th and 11th

Saturday, March 10:
2:00 – Sannino’s Bella Vita Vineyard – Dennis Raffelock
3:00 – Laurel Lake Vineyards – Monday Michiru
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Dan Aran Trio
4:30 – Duck Walk Vineyards North – Ojoyo
4:30 – Ospreys’ Dominion – Rare Groove Band
4:30 – Raphael – Shenole Latimer Quartet

Sunday, March 11:
12:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Dara Tucker
1:00 – Wolffer Estate – Jarrett Cherner
2:00 – Macari Vineyards – The Curtis Brothers
2:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Roosevelt Dime
3:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Ray Anderson
4:00 – Bedell Cellars – Lauren Kinhan

This year’s program of events sponsored over 70 performances at 20 different participating wineries. Included in the price of admission to Winterfest Jazz on the Vine is a glass of wine and the chance to win a free hotel night on the East End as well as a gift basket of Long Island Wines. There are only two weekends of this event left so make your plans soon to come enjoy Long Island Wine Country where smooth jazz musicians collaborate with local vineyards, B & B’s, hotels, and cultural venues and attractions designed to bring you out of the mid-winter blues.

See our events page for more upcoming events in the area to enjoy while staying at Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast.

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast Special for Winterfest & Jazz on the Vine, the North Fork of Long Island’s celebration of wine and music.

The North Fork of Long Island celebrates wine, winter and music again this year with the Winterfest festival and JAZZ ON THE VINE. From February 11 to March 18 visitors to the North Fork will be able to enjoy 6 great weekends of truly exceptional jazz performances in winery tasting rooms. Good times for music and wine lovers!
Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast has created a special two night stay package for our guests during the festival and through April 15th. Included in your stay is a $25 gift certificate towards dinner for two at either the Frisky Oyster or Noah’s, two of our favorite Greenport restaurants, a $50 gift certificate towards a one hour aromatherapy massage for each guest, our exclusive discount card to 24 wineries including some free tastings, and a private wine class or champagne in room ’ picnic’. At these rates you might consider a family re-union or friends getaway!
Speak to us about other activities in the area. To select your dates and choose a room visit our website www.shorecrestbedandbreakfast.insideout.com. To book on line click on the ‘check availability’ link or call Marilyn at 631 765 1570

This years program includes over 70 performances at 20 participating wineries:

Schedule of Events for Long Island Jazz on the Vine during Winterfest

Saturday, February 25:
1:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Tessa Souter
3:00 – Martha Clara- Mike Pride’s FROM BACTERIA TO BOYS
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Will Sellenraad
3:00 – Sherwood House – 58th & Ninth
4:30 – Peconic Bay Winery – John Davis Quartet
4:30 – Raphael – New Mo Swing
- presented by Tanger Outlets

Sunday, February 26:
2:00 – Clovis Point – Eri Yamamoto Trio
2:00 – Jamesport Vineyards – Mark Gatz Trio
2:00 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Danny Kean & Friends
3:30 – Laurel Lake Vineyards – Randy Napoleon
3:30 – Bedell Cellars – Rory Stuart Quartet
- presented by Hampton Jitney

Saturday, March 3:
3:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Sazon Mix
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Amy Cervini Quartet
3:00 – Sherwood House – Bryan Campbell
4:30 – Macari Vineyards – Nelson Riveros Ensemble
4:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – In The Moment
4:30 – Duck Walk Vineyards North – Amy London

Sunday, March 4:
12:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Paula Atherton
- presented by Long Island Rail Road
2:00 – Waters Crest – East End Jazz
2:00 – Sparkling Pointe – Holli Ross
- presented by Elegant B&Bs of the North Fork
3:30 – Peconic Bay Winery – Alex Sipiagin Quartet
3:30 – Bedell Cellars – Chiemi Nakai/Afronaughtica
- presented by Hamptons.com
4:00 – Raphael – All That Jazz! All Star Super Band

Saturday, March 10:
2:00 – Sannino’s Bella Vita Vineyard – Dennis Raffelock
3:00 – Laurel Lake Vineyards – Monday Michiru
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Dan Aran Trio
4:30 – Duck Walk Vineyards North – Ojoyo
4:30 – Ospreys’ Dominion – Rare Groove Band
4:30 – Raphael – Shenole Latimer Quartet
- presented by Next Stop Magazine

Sunday, March 11:
12:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Dara Tucker
1:00 – Wolffer Estate – Jarrett Cherner
2:00 – Macari Vineyards – The Curtis Brothers
2:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Roosevelt Dime
3:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Ray Anderson
4:00 – Bedell Cellars – Lauren Kinhan

Saturday, March 17:
1:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Oscar Peñas Ethereal Ensemble
3:00 – Clovis Point – Dwayne Kerr
3:00 – Duck Walk North – The Avengers
4:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Shan Kenner
4:30 – Jamesport Vineyards – Jack Morelli Trio
4:30 – Bedell Cellars – Heather Hardy

Sunday, March 18:
2:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Philip Dizack Quartet
2:00 – Sherwood House – Ahmad Ali
2:00 – Sannino’s Bella Vita – Lobenstein/Salerno Duo
3:30 – Raphael – Mambo Loco
3:30 – Sparkling Pointe – Bakithi Kumalo Band

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast Special for Winterfest & Jazz on the Vine, the North Fork of Long Island’s celebration of wine and music.

The North Fork of Long Island celebrates wine, winter and music again this year with the Winterfest festival and JAZZ ON THE VINE. From February 11 to March 18 visitors to the North Fork will be able to enjoy 6 great weekends of truly exceptional jazz performances in winery tasting rooms. Good times for music and wine lovers!
Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast has created a special two night stay package for our guests during the festival and through April 15th. Included in your stay is a $25 gift certificate towards dinner for two at either the Frisky Oyster or Noah’s, two of our favorite Greenport restaurants, a $50 gift certificate towards a one hour aromatherapy massage for each guest, our exclusive discount card to 24 wineries including some free tastings, and a private wine class or champagne in room ’ picnic’. At these rates you might consider a family re-union or friends getaway!
Speak to us about other activities in the area. To select your dates and choose a room visit our website www.shorecrestbedandbreakfast.com. To book on line click on the ‘check availability’ link or call Marilyn at 631 765 1570

This years program includes over 70 performances at 20 participating wineries:

Schedule of Events for Long Island Jazz on the Vine during Winterfest

Saturday, February 25:
1:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Tessa Souter
3:00 – Martha Clara- Mike Pride’s FROM BACTERIA TO BOYS
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Will Sellenraad
3:00 – Sherwood House – 58th & Ninth
4:30 – Peconic Bay Winery – John Davis Quartet
4:30 – Raphael – New Mo Swing
- presented by Tanger Outlets

Sunday, February 26:
2:00 – Clovis Point – Eri Yamamoto Trio
2:00 – Jamesport Vineyards – Mark Gatz Trio
2:00 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Danny Kean & Friends
3:30 – Laurel Lake Vineyards – Randy Napoleon
3:30 – Bedell Cellars – Rory Stuart Quartet
- presented by Hampton Jitney

Saturday, March 3:
3:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Sazon Mix
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Amy Cervini Quartet
3:00 – Sherwood House – Bryan Campbell
4:30 – Macari Vineyards – Nelson Riveros Ensemble
4:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – In The Moment
4:30 – Duck Walk Vineyards North – Amy London

Sunday, March 4:
12:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Paula Atherton
- presented by Long Island Rail Road
2:00 – Waters Crest – East End Jazz
2:00 – Sparkling Pointe – Holli Ross
- presented by Elegant B&Bs of the North Fork
3:30 – Peconic Bay Winery – Alex Sipiagin Quartet
3:30 – Bedell Cellars – Chiemi Nakai/Afronaughtica
- presented by Hamptons.com
4:00 – Raphael – All That Jazz! All Star Super Band

Saturday, March 10:
2:00 – Sannino’s Bella Vita Vineyard – Dennis Raffelock
3:00 – Laurel Lake Vineyards – Monday Michiru
3:00 – Palmer Vineyards – Dan Aran Trio
4:30 – Duck Walk Vineyards North – Ojoyo
4:30 – Ospreys’ Dominion – Rare Groove Band
4:30 – Raphael – Shenole Latimer Quartet
- presented by Next Stop Magazine

Sunday, March 11:
12:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Dara Tucker
1:00 – Wolffer Estate – Jarrett Cherner
2:00 – Macari Vineyards – The Curtis Brothers
2:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Roosevelt Dime
3:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Ray Anderson
4:00 – Bedell Cellars – Lauren Kinhan

Saturday, March 17:
1:30 – Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard – Oscar Peñas Ethereal Ensemble
3:00 – Clovis Point – Dwayne Kerr
3:00 – Duck Walk North – The Avengers
4:30 – Pellegrini Vineyards – Shan Kenner
4:30 – Jamesport Vineyards – Jack Morelli Trio
4:30 – Bedell Cellars – Heather Hardy

Sunday, March 18:
2:00 – Martha Clara Vineyards – Philip Dizack Quartet
2:00 – Sherwood House – Ahmad Ali
2:00 – Sannino’s Bella Vita – Lobenstein/Salerno Duo
3:30 – Raphael – Mambo Loco
3:30 – Sparkling Pointe – Bakithi Kumalo Band

North Fork Bed and Breakfast Association Summer Event; Saturday July 16th 2011

Dance on Saturday 16th at Martha Clara Vineyard

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast will be part of the North Fork Bed and Breakfast Association’s Summer Event, a celebration of tourism and agriculture which takes place this coming Saturday, July 16th.
I’ve been working hard in the Shorecrest garden getting it ready for the visitors who have bought tickets for the garden tour part of the day’s activities. Visitors with the garden tour ticket can start their day with a visit to the Cornell University Extension experimental gardens on Sound Avenue in Riverhead, NY. If you garden on Long Island and would like some great ideas on what will do well here, this is a good place to start. Do you have a sick plant or strange looking insects eating your veggies? These are the people to call or even send them a leaf in the mail; they will get back to you with an explanation and possibly a cure. Cornell is a great resource for both farmers and gardeners.
The tour of the gardens continues in the afternoon from 1pm to 4pm with visits to six bed and breakfast, each of whom will be hosting a local farmer or food producer. Sang Lee will have a stand at Shorecrest and we will be serving fresh mint tea and mint flavored lemonade using our own home grown mint leaves. From 4.30pm to 6.30pm, visitors can purchase tickets for a prix fixe dinner, choosing from one of 9 North Fork restaurants: The Old Mill Inn, Jamesport Manor Inn, The Portly Grape, Scrimshaw, Skippers, Sound View, and Porto Bello will offer their chef’s signature dishes to diners. To end the days with a bang, the NFBBA will be hosting a dance with the music of Trevor Davision at Martha Clara Vineyard from 7:15 to 10:30 p.m.
The bed and breakfast association is donating part of the profits of the summer event to Cornell Cooperative Extension, which supports gardening and agriculture on Long Island and is part of the association’s longstanding commitment to strengthen business on the North Fork while supporting agriculture and tourism.
Tickets can be purchased on line for all or just parts of the event through Brown Paper tickets. To find out more about activities throughout the year, check the association’s website at nfbba.org.
Related Topics: Cornell Cooperative Extension, Martha Clara Vineyards, and North Fork Bed and Breakfast Association

The North Fork Table & Inn Restaurant, Southold

A world class restaurant in Long Island wine country.

On Main Road in Southold, opposite Old Field vineyard and due south of Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast is to be found one of the top restaurants on Long Island, and the New York area, the North Fork Table & Inn. Quite a few of my guests of late have been visiting the North Fork specifically to eat here; the restaurant has itself become a destination amongst lovers of good food. It is easy to understand why. Some friends and I took advantage of their prix fixe menu during last month’s Long Island Restaurant Week and were delighted as usual. Food, ambience and service left nothing to be desired.

And my friends, guests and I aren’t the only ones to be impressed. The Suffolk Times Review reported this week that The North Fork Table has just been given a score of 29 out of 30 in the recently published ‘Long Island Restaurant Survey’ 2011-2012 rankings. The survey included 901 restaurants reviewed by 6,217 diners.

The cuisine has been described as ‘dynamic American fare that is fully devoted to providing the highest standards in culinary excellence’. Inspired by homegrown organic produce, award winning North Fork artisanal cheeses, and the freshest of seafood (as is only possible when the fishing fleet docks less than a mile away on Southold and Peconic Bays), North Fork Table & Inn has all the attributes needed for drawing such a consistent crowd of admirers.

Add a wine list highlighted by many acclaimed and awarded Long Island wines, dining at the North Fork Table is an experience any restaurant patron and food aficionado is sure to enjoy as their reviews attest:

“A world-class gem on the North Fork. Food is exceptional: creative, local, beautifully presented. Service is outstanding: quiet, professional, unobtrusive, extremely knowledgeable. Ambiance is what you expect with food and service of this quality: simple, beautiful space, casual elegance, serene. And, in keeping with the setting and the ambiance, our birthday celebration was acknowledged without disturbing other diners. A truly beautiful experience.”

“Best food experience in my life. Excellent service!”

There are a variety of menu plans to choose from depending on what time of the day you are visiting the restaurant and  based on seasonal options. Some current menu choices are a $68 3-Course Prix Fixe menu and the Chef’s Tasting menu for about $30 more including wine paired with your dishes.

Menu options and opening hours

      Lunch is available in the restaurant on Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 2:30pm. You can check out the 2011

lunch service menu

      and

lunch tasting menu

      here.

Dinner is served from 5:00pm until 10:00pm Friday and Saturday evenings and from 5:00pm until 9:00pm Sunday, Monday, and Thursday. These links will take you to a sample dinner menu and sample dinner tasting menu.  Children 12 and under can enjoy a 2-Course Prix Fixe meal for $28.

Visitors should plan ahead as reservations are commonly taken one month in advance during high season. I can usually find my guests a table however if I have a few days notice. The restaurant  is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, as well as Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Lunch Truck Service

Only the North Fork Table could come up with such gourmet food served from a truck. The best fast food stop I’ve ever come across, the lunch truck is open for service from 11:30 to 3:30 7 days a week. The ‘sublime stylings of Chefs Fleming and Hayden meet astounding, quick lunch convenience, head on’ with their lunch service menu.
If you don’t have time to come in and sit, but must eat on the move, this is a great option.
The North Fork Table is one of my top recommendations to guests when they ask for dining suggestions and I am delighted to have such a splendid culinary attraction as a neighbor; just remember to save room for breakfast!

I look forward to welcoming you to the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast and to enjoy the epicurean delights of beautiful Southold soon!

And my guests aren’t the only ones to be impressed. The Suffolk Times Review reported this week that The North Fork Table has just been given a score of 29 out of 30 in the recently published ‘Long Island Restaurant Survey’ 2011-2012 rankings. The survey included 901 restaurants reviewed by 6,217 diners.

The North Fork Table & Inn Restaurant, Southold

A world class restaurant in Long Island wine country.

On Main Road in Southold, opposite Old Field vineyard and due south of Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast is to be found one of the top restaurants on Long Island, and the New York area, the North Fork Table & Inn. Quite a few of my guests of late have been visiting the North Fork specifically to eat here; the restaurant has itself become a destination amongst lovers of good food. It is easy to understand why. Some friends and I took advantage of their prix fixe menu during last month’s Long Island Restaurant Week and were delighted as usual. Food, ambience and service left nothing to be desired.

And my friends, guests and I aren’t the only ones to be impressed. The Suffolk Times Review reported this week that The North Fork Table has just been given a score of 29 out of 30 in the recently published ‘Long Island Restaurant Survey’ 2011-2012 rankings. The survey included 901 restaurants reviewed by 6,217 diners.

The cuisine has been described as ‘dynamic American fare that is fully devoted to providing the highest standards in culinary excellence’. Inspired by homegrown organic produce, award winning North Fork artisanal cheeses, and the freshest of seafood (as is only possible when the fishing fleet docks less than a mile away on Southold and Peconic Bays), North Fork Table & Inn has all the attributes needed for drawing such a consistent crowd of admirers.

Add a wine list highlighted by many acclaimed and awarded Long Island wines, dining at the North Fork Table is an experience any restaurant patron and food aficionado is sure to enjoy as their reviews attest:

“A world-class gem on the North Fork. Food is exceptional: creative, local, beautifully presented. Service is outstanding: quiet, professional, unobtrusive, extremely knowledgeable. Ambiance is what you expect with food and service of this quality: simple, beautiful space, casual elegance, serene. And, in keeping with the setting and the ambiance, our birthday celebration was acknowledged without disturbing other diners. A truly beautiful experience.”

“Best food experience in my life. Excellent service!”

There are a variety of menu plans to choose from depending on what time of the day you are visiting the restaurant and  based on seasonal options. Some current menu choices are a $68 3-Course Prix Fixe menu and the Chef’s Tasting menu for about $30 more including wine paired with your dishes.

Menu options and opening hours

      Lunch is available in the restaurant on Saturdays and Sundays from noon until 2:30pm. You can check out the 2011

lunch service menu

      and

lunch tasting menu

      here.

Dinner is served from 5:00pm until 10:00pm Friday and Saturday evenings and from 5:00pm until 9:00pm Sunday, Monday, and Thursday. These links will take you to a sample dinner menu and sample dinner tasting menu.  Children 12 and under can enjoy a 2-Course Prix Fixe meal for $28.

Visitors should plan ahead as reservations are commonly taken one month in advance during high season. I can usually find my guests a table however if I have a few days notice. The restaurant  is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, as well as Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Lunch Truck Service

Only the North Fork Table could come up with such gourmet food served from a truck. The best fast food stop I’ve ever come across, the lunch truck is open for service from 11:30 to 3:30 7 days a week. The ‘sublime stylings of Chefs Fleming and Hayden meet astounding, quick lunch convenience, head on’ with their lunch service menu.
If you don’t have time to come in and sit, but must eat on the move, this is a great option.
The North Fork Table is one of my top recommendations to guests when they ask for dining suggestions and I am delighted to have such a splendid culinary attraction as a neighbor; just remember to save room for breakfast!

I look forward to welcoming you to the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast and to enjoy the epicurean delights of beautiful Southold soon!

And my guests aren’t the only ones to be impressed. The Suffolk Times Review reported this week that The North Fork Table has just been given a score of 29 out of 30 in the recently published ‘Long Island Restaurant Survey’ 2011-2012 rankings. The survey included 901 restaurants reviewed by 6,217 diners.

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